Monday, September 26, 2022

Children

Iranian Pupils Draw Paintings for Parentless Children

An exhibition of paintings drawn by little kids for unparented and neglected children was recently held in the Iranian capital, Tehran.

Iranian Couple Using Instagram to Help Needy Children

An Iranian couple has, in a humanitarian move, shared photos of needy children on their Instagram page to provide the opportunity for benevolent people to help deprived families.

Iran to Host Multinational “Letter to My Child” Festival

Iran is to hold the first international festival of “Letter to My Child” with a focus on the future of the children and youths of the countries that celebrate the Persian New Year or Nowruz.

Dream of Cancer Kid Fulfilled with Thousands of Balloons

A little girl suffering from cancer, whose dream was to release thousands of balloons, saw her dream realized with the help of people in the southern Iranian city of Ahvaz.

7,500 Addicted Babies Born in Iran Every Year

The latest studies have revealed that 7,500 babies are being born in Iran every year with addiction to illicit drugs.

Young Iranian Artist Launches Environmental Campaign for Children

While the Iranian capital Tehran is suffering from severe air pollution and its beauties are being covered under a thick layer of black smoke, a young artist has launched an individual campaign for children.

Iranian Kids Claim Title at Mental Arithmetic World Championship

Iranian children have managed to bag the top prizes of the 17th edition of annual Pama Global Abacus and Mental Arithmetic Championships in South Africa.

Iran Holds Exhibition of Quake-Hit Children’s Paintings

An exhibition of paintings by earthquake-hit children of Iran’s Kermanshah is being held in Sanandaj, Kurdistan Province.  

Iranian Painter Uses Nails to Create Artwork on Violence against Children

Renowned Iranian painter and cartoonist Bozorgmehr Hosseinpour has used hundreds of nails provided by his fans to create an artwork on Universal Children’s Day.

Children in Terror-Hit Lands Born with Explosive Belts

An Iranian political analyst has warned that children with a sense of revenge are likely to be born if terrorism is not uprooted.

Iran Working to Handle Street Children’s Health Issues

An Iranian lawmaker says a committee should be set up to deal with the health issues related to street children.

Iranian Children Shine in Japan’s Painting Festival

Iranian children and teenagers have bagged various colourful medals in the 24th edition of International Children’s Painting Competition in Japan called Hikari 2016.

Film Festival in Dallas Features Several Iranian Animations

A number of Iranian animated films have been screened for children in Dallas, the United States, as part of a festival dedicated to Persian movies.

Opening Bell of New School Year Rung for Cancer Kids in Iran

The opening bell of new school year was rung for cancer kids in the northeastern Iranian city of Mashhad.

3,000 Kids Create Iran’s Longest Painting in Tehran

Thousands of kids took part in a painting festival held in a park in Tehran, creating the country’s longest-ever painting.

Iran Planning to Raise Women’s Legal Age of Marriage

An Iranian lawmaker says the Iranian Parliament’s female MPs have decided to introduce a plan to raise the legal age of marriage for women in the country.

Mona Lisa’s Smile Revived on Arab Girl’s Face

A picture has been widely circulating on social media in recent days showing the face of a young girl who has managed to escape the ISIS terrorists. The girl has been dubbed the modern-day Mona Lisa as her face shows a mixed expression of fear, shock, sadness, hope and happiness.

Int’l Children Film Festival Concludes in Iran’s Isfahan

The 30th international film festival for children and youth wrapped up in the Iranian city of Isfahan.

Free Fruits Doled Out in Tehran to Change Kids’ Diet, Help Poor People

Grocery markets in the Iranian capital are offering free fruit in baskets to the needy people and children, to both help poor citizens add fruit to their food basket and promote fruit consumption among kids.

Iranian People Adopting More Children

Official statistics show a 34-percent growth in the number of children adopted in Tehran Province last year, thanks to the laws that facilitate baby adoption, an Iranian official declared.

UN Says Violence against Syrian Children Hits Rock Bottom in 2016

The previous year was the worst year for Syria’s children in terms of violence in the war-ravaged country, the UN's children's agency said Monday as the conflict nears its seventh year.

Mothers Are Not Fulltime Nurses

In a recent meeting in Tehran, Iranian researchers and psychologists discussed mothers’ problems in the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Renowned Iranian Artist Holds Painting Workshop for Child Labourers

Kambiz Derambakhsh, an acclaimed Iranian graphic designer and cartoonist, has held a painting workshop for Iranian working children.

Child Soldiers, Most Vulnerable Victims of War

The children who are employed for military purposes are in danger of serious physical and psychological damages.

492,000 Kids in Deprived Iranian Province to Be Vaccinated against Polio

Under a vaccination program that began on January 14, 492,000 children under five years of age will be vaccinated against polio in Iran’s southeastern Sistan and Balouchestan Province.

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